|Full name||Ekaphan Inthasen|
|Date of birth||23 September 1983|
|Place of birth||Surat Thani, Thailand|
|Height||1.67 m (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)|
|Position(s)||Winger / Forward|
|2012||BEC Tero Sasana||7||(2)|
|2015–2017||Super Power Samut Prakan||58||(3)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 29 February 2012
Ekaphan Inthasen (Thai: เอกพันธ์ อินทเสน, born September 23, 1983) is a Thai retired professional footballer who plays as a Winger. He previously played for two other clubsides in Thailand and Vietnam.
He won the Thailand Premier League title with Chonburi in 2007, followed by the Kor Royal Cup in 2008 in which has earned himself a call up to the Thailand National football team.
Ekaphan born in Surat Thani. Ekaphan began his career in the youth team of his home club Surat Thani F.C. at the age of 16 years. In 2002, he joined the youth team of the Bangkok Bank and played from 2004 for the seniors section of the club. In 2006, he went to Vietnam for a season to Nam Dinh F.C. in the V.League. But even there he could win a title with the club, finishing in ninth place at the end of the table. He then returned to Thailand to Bangkok Bank. At the start of the 2008 season, he joined the then reigning champions Chonburi F.C., for whom he played until today. With him he previously won two Super Cups, and was runner-2008. In the 2008 AFC Champions League, he came here five times for use. In 2009, he plays with his current club in the AFC Cup.
for the national team, he was in the 2005 U-21 squad and the U-23 squad for the Southeast Asian Games.   In the Southeast Asian Games in 2005 he won the gold medal with the U-23rd. In 2004 Ekaphan had his first missions for the seniors team. But could still not been established in the national team squad.
|1.||January 23, 2002||Bangkok, Thailand||Singapore||2-1||5-1||2002 AFF U-20 Youth Championship|
|2.||January 28, 2002||Bangkok, Thailand||Malaysia||2-0||8-1||2002 AFF U-20 Youth Championship|
|6.||February 1, 2002||Bangkok, Thailand||Vietnam||3-1||3-2||2002 AFF U-20 Youth Championship|
|1.||December 26, 2005||Surakul Stadium, Thailand||Oman||1–0||1-0||2005 King's Cup|
- Thai Premier League
- Champions (1) : 2007
- Thai FA Cup
- Winners (1) : 2010
- Kor Royal Cup
- Thailand U-19
- Thailand U-23